DOES CHEMOTHERAPY  IMPROVE SURVIVAL ?

The purpose of chemotherapy is to kill cancer cells and this effect is measured with X-rays, CT scans and tumor markers.  Not only are these chemicals toxic to cancer cells;  they are also toxic to healthy cells, therefore creating well-known side effects such as fatigue, hair loss, anemia, bruising and bleeding, loss of appetite, infections, sore mouth, and “feeling sick”.  They are usually expensive and often create financial hardship as well.  As Dr. Greger desribes below, Big Pharma funded cancer researchers will maniplate the data to make them seem much more effective.

ALL OF THIS FOR INCREASED PATIENT SURVIVAL OF ONLY ONE OR TWO MONTHS. 

You can review the medical research on chemotherapy by watching the following two videos by Michael Greger, MD

VIDEO 1: HOW EFFECTIVE IS CHEMOTHERAPY?

Michaeel Greger MD,  FACLM July 25, 2022, vol 58

VIDEO 2: HOW MUCH DOES CHEMOTHERAPY IMPROVE SURVIVAL?

Michael Greger MD, FACLM  July 27, 2022 Vol 58